Indian Education School Counseling

 
Indian Education School Counseling Services

The Indian Education School Counseling services are supplemental school counseling services for Native students; however, they are not replacement services for the school site counseling services.  The Indian Education School Counselor will be working with Native students to support graduation rates and college matriculation rates by identifying and assisting to remove any obstacle that could hinder these goals.  

 

Announcements:

Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire is seeking high school seniors to apply for their Native American Community Program. The program is an opportunity for students to experience Dartmouth College who have a particular interest in the Native community and/or Native American Studies, to experience Dartmouth College. Participants are selected on the basis of academic achievement and scholarship, personal character and accomplishment, potential for future excellence and leadership. 
 
Selected students will travel to Dartmouth College from October 12 to 15 to visit classes, meet current undergraduates, interact with faculty and administrators, engage with the Dartmouth community, attend workshops on the admissions and financial aid application processes, and increase their familiarity with Dartmouth's resources and academic environment. 
 
*Participants of each program receive financial support for their round-trip transportation!
 
To apply, students need to submit the following information:
 
Online or PDF application form (includes short answer questions and essays); 
Recommendation from a teacher, mentor or counselor; and 
High school transcript. 
Application Deadline: September 3, 2014. Students will be notified via email in late September.
 

 

To review the application instructions and program description, access http://www.dartmouth.edu/registration/bound/native/. If you have questions, call 800-860-1294 and press 6 to speak with a member of their staff. 
 

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